Exclusive Employee Engagement Program
Look After Where You Live is a unique team-building program that empowers corporate groups, increases morale, and helps participants to understand their local environment and how they can make an immediate, visible impact.
Toronto and Region Conservation Foundation is committed to providing an exceptional employee experience during our Look After Where You Live programs. From shoreline clean-ups to restoring native habitats, these hands-on environmental and educational activities engage participants in in team-building while giving back to the community and learning more about protecting and preserving our local environment.
Create an Earth Hero Team!
Share your company’s enthusiasm, talent. and passion for our local environment. You’ll join an unstoppable group of corporate partners that embrace philanthropy and support our conservation work.
Workplace giving and matching boosts employee satisfaction by empowering staff to support causes that matter to them.
To learn more about our workplace giving program PLEASE CONTACT US. To get involved, please complete and submit the form below.
Thank You to Our Past Look After Where You Live Participants!
- Most of the time people do not invest in a project or a thing, they invest in a person. I’m certain that this is why the Living City Foundation has had such success in 2018, because they are investing in Judy. She not only delivers great products and events but her ease and reliability is invaluable. It’s because of her that I look forward to continuing to develop our partnership and friendship with the Living City Foundation.Andrea CurleyManager of Business Development, Forests Ontario / Forest Recovery Canada
- I appreciate CI and the Living City Foundation organizing such a wonderful event. I am proud that I had contributed my time doing a meaningful thing which benefits our living environment. The staff were very knowledgeable and passionate about conservation. They are doing great things at Tommy Thompson Park! It was a perfect day of learning about this precious resource in our city. I learned a lot about the park, its history and its ecology, and was happy to do a small part to help in its upkeep. I had never visited the park in the past, but will be going so with family every chance I get.Jeff ChanCI Investments
- it was are really nice day and being able to work with the Toronto Zoo representatives made it more so. Judith you provided such a positive and enthusiastic atmosphere which made the purpose of what we are doing very important to the environment of our lakeshore's plant and animal life.Deborah LewisCoordinator/Reception, General & Environmental Affairs, Canon Canada Inc.
- Accenture Toronto’s partnership with TRCA provides a great opportunity for our extended teams to give back to the community through a strong team building activity. The clean-up provided a fun event to learn about the local environment, and make a difference for the Toronto community to enjoy the waterfront!Shane LongmoreMarket Development Director, Accenture Toronto
- Partnering with TRCA for our 2019 Shoreline cleanup at Marie Curtis Park as a part of Molson Coors “Our Beer Print Month” was a great opportunity for our employees and their families to not only give back by participating in a local clean up, but to also be educated on the global issues that our environment faces and what steps we can take as individuals to be proactive for the protection of our community and nature. We were able to engage with local community members and provide a valuable service ensuring that each little act of good our team did will have an impact. Judy and the TRCA team were very professional and the day was well co-ordinated. Molson Coors is looking forward to continuing our partnership with TRCA by participating in future local events.Daniel Stanghieri Environmental Health & Safety Specialist, Molson Coors
- So what does it mean to work with the Toronto Regional Conservation Foundation (TRCF)? For the Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors Association (GTSWCA) the answer is easy; a means to give back to the people of Toronto. People don’t normally associate the term contractor with environmentalist, but when your primary reason for being is the safe delivery of potable water, for the members of the GTSWCA, it is imperative. We want to thank the TRCF team, especially Judith Reda, for allowing the GTSWCA to attack the shoreline clean-ups with our own style and passion. Additionally, the collaboration that the GTSWCA experienced with all the stakeholders: TRCA; PortsToronto; City of Toronto; Galcon; and the Police Service Diving Unit could not have been considered without the TRCF at the centre holding everyone together. The GTSWCA is committed to the shoreline clean ups and to the eventual overall clean up of Lake Ontario and will continue to support the TRCF in all their work. If the TRCF could inspire our association to do so much…imagine what it will be able to accomplish given time!Giovanni CautilloExecutive Director, Ontario Sewer and Watermain Construction Association / Greater Toronto Sewer and Watermain Contractors’ Association